What is an ADR?
An American Depositary Receipt (ADR) is a negotiable instrument issued by a depositary bank that evidences ownership of shares in a corporation organised outside the US. Each ADR represents a specific number of underlying ordinary shares in the non-US company, on deposit with a custodian in the applicable home market. ADRs are generally treated as US domestic securities. They are quoted and traded in USD and are subject to the trading and settlement procedures of the market in which they trade. ADR trading venues include the US national stock exchanges (New York Stock Exchange – NYSE; NASDAQ Stock Market – NASDAQ; NYSE Alternext (formerly AMEX)) and the US OTC (over-the-counter) market.
Delek Group ADR Program Details
ADR: Ordinary Share Ratio
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